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Emma Swisher in Breakneck road, after an extended illness. She lived in Connellsville and vicinity practically all her life and her parents were James and Amanda Hoover Caldwell. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs.

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Further, there is evidence that at least some World War I English soldiers dealt with battle as a sort of game.

A description of benjamin wynne who underwent two of the most time honored rites of passage at louis

Nevill, a company commander in the 8th East Surreys, who offered a prize to the platoon which, at the jump-off of the Somme attack, first kicked its football up to the German front line. Nevill, who kicked a ball apparently to signal the attack, was killed instantly.

The following revealing poem resulted from this event: On through the hail of slaughter, Where gallant comrades fall, Where blood is poured like water, They drive the trickling ball.

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The fear of death before them Is but an empty name. One wonders how the bitter realities of trench warfare might have changed the author of this poem. Olson on Tolkien's ideas re: I was reading over the Tolkien essay again, and found myself at the passage we discussed in class: However true this maybe, I think Tolkien is talking about something different.

Each tale is rich in its independence from other such tales of other such people. The classification of folk tales, and thus the "typification," only arises within academia, only within "an abstract conception of research.

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Eileen Joy's response to J. That "folk-tales," by their very nature, cannot be typical--I agree with you. I think, in fact, that you are right about what Tolkien meant there--it makes sense.

It's still connected, too, to why, when you search for a folk-tale's supposed "origin," you always reach a vanishing point, because these stories are so rich in their multiplications and transformations always evolving, etc.

As regards his comments about how a critic should "speak in parables," or else he will kill what he is studying--myth--while also degrading it, I guess, into an allegory and here we can see Tolkien puts "myth" above "allegory" as a genre of tale-telling --what he's really doing, in a way, is defending the important cultural role of the creative artist, while also insisting that "criticism" itself be more artistic, or metaphoric which is what he himself is doing in his essay.

In that sense, Tolkien seems to be treating myth in a religious way, as a form of mysticism, almost. For an explanation of the allegorical method early Church authors used to interpret the Bible called "patristic exegesis"go here.

Realizing that we would probably have a snow day today, and feeling a bit insomniac, I undertook an experiment last night and watched the entire Godfather trilogy on DVD. When you consider that the second film incorporates flashbacks related to the past of the "godfather" from the first film--Don Corleone, Michael's father played by Marlon Brando in first film and by Robert DeNiro in second film --then, in a way, watching the films backwards is really watching them "forward," too.

But the reason I bring this up at all, is that I was struck, watching these films, how much the American mafia culture of the s through s was really very much like the tribal culture of Beowulf--"cosa nostra," they called it, or "our thing.ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FREEMASONRY and entire Rites have been constructed on its principles.

Hence it demands a place in any general work on Freemasonry. etc., as early as the fifth century. Initiation into their mysteries portrayed passage through death to a higher live.

Many of the ancient deities believed to have been members of the Cabiri. Most interesting is the fact that the brain blood supply is observable in endocasts of hominid fossils such that the development of different parts of the brain can be traced through time.

The second most important person in the history of Christianity remains enigmatic.

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Yet the synoptic gospels, and still more the Gospel according to John, emphasize the importance of the Baptist in the mission of Jesus, He is the operative agent who sets the whole thing in motion/5(6). The first two weeks in June there were over 50 deaths a week of Asiatic cholera, and the mortality was 30 per cent larger than same time last year.

Last week there were over deaths, equal to 2, a week in your city. Most of the contributors take up matters in the United States, Vietnam, or both nations, while several utilize transnational analytic frameworks, recognizing that the war's legacies shape and are shaped by dynamics that transcend the two countries.

Nearly two and a half feet of water fell at that time, and the river rose 27 feet and 10 inches, and ran up stream to Grande Ecore.

There are many ox bows, or cut offs, old ancient beds of Red river, that form a very interesting study.

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